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DIY Succulent Project

By: Holly Bertone from pinkfortitude.com
DIY Succulent Project
DIY Succulent Project
This image courtesy of coconutheadsurvivalguide.com

"One year ago I made some big health changes. To celebrate my new lifestyle, I upcycled my first container of vegan food into this adorable DIY for several succulent plants. Today, this project is not only honoring my health, but also Mom and Mother Earth."

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This is great! I'm looking for a craft for craft night with my neighbors, and I love this. Perfect!

I really thought these were real pots at first. I did not realize it was an empty container wrapped with some twine cord. What a super idea and a great way to recycle. I want to plant some succulents and been looking for good pots but have not found any I liked so this is something I may do. This is such a easy project and anyone can do it. Is the rocks on the bottom enough to keep the soil from getting to wet or do you still need drain holes? So if you want to save money and want something different for your succulents why not try this.

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